The Taiwan-based computer manufacturer Gigabyte recently showed off its own upcoming Tegra 2 tablet at the CeBIT expo. Dubbed the GN-TB100, the capacitive 10.1-inch tablet will be loaded with features, including a 1280x800 resolution IPS screen, rear and front cameras, microSD slot, SIM card slot, microphone, HDMI-out, 3G connectivity, and up to 1GB DDR2 RAM. Unfortunately, the device is currently running Android 2.2, but Gigabyte plans to upgrade to Android 3.0 before it officially launches this July. The spokesperson also noted that other models based on this tablet prototype are anticipated to hit the market later in the year. The pricing of the tablet, as expected, was not revealed.
Check out the source video for a quick glance at the Gigabyte GN-TB100.
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